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SENSORY INTEGRATION DISORDER


POST-ADOPTION EVALUATION OF SENSORY PROCESSING QUESTIONNAIRE
Proprioception System

  1. Does your child grasp objects so tightly that it is difficult to use the object?
  2. Does your child grind his or her teeth?
  3. Does your child seem driven to seek activities such as pushing, pulling, dragging, lifting and jumping?
  4. Does your child seem unsure of how far to raise or lower his or her body during movement such as sitting down or stepping over an object?
  5. Does your child grasp objects so loosely that it is difficult to use the object?
  6. Does your child seem to exert too much pressure for a task, such as walking heavily, slamming doors, or pressing too hard when using pencils or crayons?
  7. Does your child jump a lot?
  8. Does your child have difficulties playing with animals appropriately, such as petting them with too much force?
  9. Does your child have difficulty positioning himself in a chair?
  10. Does your child bump or push other children?
  11. Does your child seem generally weak?
  12. Does your child chew on toys, clothes, or other objects more than other children do?

 

From THE HANDBOOK OF INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION MEDICINE by Laurie C. Miller. © 2004 by Oxford University Press, Inc. Used by Permission.

 

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